Mexican TV giant Televisa filed a new lawsuit against U.S. Spanish-language Univision on Wednesday, this time seeking to protect its right to distribute Televisa content online Stateside.
Continued strong sales growth for iPods, along with a somewhat resurgent computer biz, helped Apple Computer boost its second-quarter earnings, leading to a big stock jump in after-hours trading.
Mouse House prexy-CEO Robert Iger visited Hong Kong Disneyland Wednesday to thank its staff for their "hard work and dedication."
The Motion Picture Assn. of America has appointed tech guru Steve Weinstein to run Movielabs, an R&D outfit the film industry is funding largely to spur development of antipiracy technologies.
When Zack Snyder steps onstage in front of 5,000 comicbook fans at Comic-Con this Saturday, he'll be prepared for a deluge of questions regarding his upcoming adaptation of "300." What the director…
It's been a long time since comics were just for kids, but increasingly they're also no longer just for superheroes. The exploding popularity of graphic novels has opened up comics to new audiences…
Comicbook artist Frank Miller will adapt and direct “The Spirit,” based on comic legend Will Eisner's classic strip, for Odd Lot Entertainment and Batfilm Prods. “The Spirit,” which debuted in 1940…
The Natl. Assn of Broadcast Employees & Technicians -- Comunications Workers of America has reached a tentative three-year agreement with NBC Universal, covering about 2,500 employees.
Latin music label Disa Records said Tuesday it had filed a breach of contract lawsuit against the music division of U.S. Hispanic media giant Univision Communications. Lawsuit, filed in U.S. District…
At last year's Comic-Con, the annual confab that has become a showcase for Hollywood's genre marketing efforts, anticipation centered around "Superman Returns" and "X-Men: The Last Stand."
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